Nuremberg Diary #2020

Nuremberg Diary By Gustave Mark Gilbert Nuremberg Diary In August Great Britain France the USSR and the United States established a tribunal at Nuremberg to try military and civilian leaders of the Nazi regime G M Gilbert the prison psychologist
  • Title: Nuremberg Diary
  • Author: Gustave Mark Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9780306806612
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nuremberg Diary By Gustave Mark Gilbert In August 1945 Great Britain, France, the USSR, and the United States established a tribunal at Nuremberg to try military and civilian leaders of the Nazi regime G M Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand opportunity to watch and question the Nazi war criminals With scientific dispassion he encouraged G ering, Speer, Hess, Ribbentrop, Frank, Jodl,In August 1945 Great Britain, France, the USSR, and the United States established a tribunal at Nuremberg to try military and civilian leaders of the Nazi regime G M Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand opportunity to watch and question the Nazi war criminals With scientific dispassion he encouraged G ering, Speer, Hess, Ribbentrop, Frank, Jodl, Keitel, Streicher, and the others to reveal their innermost thoughts In the process Gilbert exposed what motivated them to create the distorted Aryan utopia and the nightmarish worlds of Auschwitz, Dachau, and Buchenwald Here are their day to day reactions to the trial proceedings their off the record opinions of Hitler, the Third Reich, and each other their views on slave labor, death camps, and the Jews their testimony, feuds, and desperate maneuverings to dissociate themselves from the Third Reich s defeat and Nazi guilt Dr Gilbert s thorough knowledge of German, deliberately informal approach, and complete freedom of access at all times to the defendants give his spellbinding, chilling study an intimacy and insight that remains unequaled.
    Nuremberg Diary By Gustave Mark Gilbert Nuremberg Diary G M Gilbert Just read a few chapters of Nuremberg Diary The translations are of course first rate So here, after roughly years of research in psychology, we have not learned much about The Authoritarian Personality s , or social conditions under which people will execute a person they have never seen s, s, the Zimbardo and Milgram experiments. Nuremberg Diary Nuremberg Diary ISBN is Gustave Gilbert s account of interviews he conducted during the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi leaders, including Hermann Gring, involved in World War II and the Holocaust Gilbert, a fluent German speaker, served as a prison psychologist in Nuremberg, where he had close contact with those on trial. Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert This book is extremely interesting and was written by American psychologist GM Gilbert who was assigned as prison psychologist for the first Nuremberg trials the Nazi leaders One of the most interesting parts is the transcript of the reactions of the prisoners on first watching the atrocity films. Nuremberg Diary by G M Gilbert, Paperback Barnes Noble Aug , Nuremberg Diary by G M Gilbert Paperback st Da Capo Press ed . Ship This Item Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in store purchase Sign in to Purchase Instantly.
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      Gustave Mark Gilbert 1911 1977 , the New York born, German speaking intelligence officer and psychologist who was granted free access by the Allies to all the prisoners held in the Nuremberg jail.evi q facts_about__gusenpedia wiki Gustave_

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    1. Lo psicologo americano G.M Gilbert segu i 23 grandi criminali di guerra nazisti durante il processo di Norimberga.Non erano degli stupidi A eccezione di Streicher che risult avere un QI di 106 i test attitudinali rivelarono un intelligenza superiore alla media Schacht 143, Seyss Inquart 141, Goering 138, Doenitz 138, ecc intelligenti e malvagi, verrebbe da dire.Gilbert convers con loro in cella, li ascolt nei corridoi, segu gli scambi di battute fra gli imputati, li osserv e li studi per capire [...]


    2. I have read the parts of Gilbert s book having to do with Schacht This includes the record of testimony and the comments of Schacht and other defendants about that testimony It is a fascinating record, based on Gilbert s unique access to all of the Nuremberg defendants It raises questions about the veracity of Schacht s protestations as reported in his own memoir, which I just read and reviewed Confessions of the Old Wizard The Autobiography of Hjalmar Horace Greeley SchachtOne point to research [...]


    3. Before laying my thoughts on the importance of this book, this recorded History by Dr Gilbert it is in my view important to understand what the basis of not only the trial meant at the end of the war but for the innocent victims of the Concentration Camps Nothing in this diary work hit me harder than the details of words that Dr Gilbert used in the recording of the interview he held with Colonel Rudolf Hoess the Commandant of Auschwitz on 9 April 1946 Hoess commanded the camp from May of 1940 to [...]


    4. This was an incredibly powerful work and I wouldn t hesitate to recommend it to anyone who is interested in the second World War It serves as a poignant full stop to the lives of the Nazi leaders and their sentences What follow are some of my favourite excerpts He went on to say that one can carry on propaganda with all kinds of means one can even lie with the truth, merely by stating facts out of context and robbing people of the proper concept of the whole truth the he in question is Hans Frit [...]


    5. This book is extremely interesting and was written by American psychologist GM Gilbert who was assigned as prison psychologist for the first Nuremberg trials the Nazi leaders.One of the most interesting parts is the transcript of the reactions of the prisoners on first watching the atrocity films Gilbert and his colleague sat opposite the prisoners and recorded their gestures and reactions in words, and provided the transcript within the diary.The account of the psychological state of all prison [...]


    6. This book consists of a series of psycho biographies of the major Nazi leaders tried in Nuremberg after WWII conducted by Captain G.M Gilbert, a US psychologist assigned to interview, test and study them Transcripts of interviews, essays by the prisoners and intelligence test results are included It is well written and, by contemporary standards, charmingly innocent given the fact that the primary offense the prisoners were accused of was that of unprovoked aggression, a war crime conducted repe [...]


    7. It is interesting to read to what lengths the defendants will go to in the attempt to absolve themselves of any blame for the atrocities that were committed in which they were either directly responsible for or had a part in and try to shift the blame to others whether they be the co defendants or not One would expect such highly placed and powerful people to admit their part in what happened but when it came down to it they were just as petty as you would expect anyone else to be The exception [...]


    8. Fascinating primary resource that delves into the psyche of the most notorious Nazi perpetrators at the first of many post WWII trials.


    9. This was an extremely interesting read, and a fascinating insight into how key players in the third reich tried washing their hands of all atrocities.


    10. This book details the conversations held between the author and high ranking Nazis at the Nuremberg trials in 1945 46.He was a psychologist, fluent in German, assigned to assess and support the accused during their trials.He visited them daily, sat with them in court and made extensive notes after each encounter, documenting them in chronological order as the trials progressed.He also provides a summary of the charges and of the verdicts The patterns of denial, self justifications, manipulation, [...]


    11. Took time to finish this book as it is an intense read I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to read about WWII.It was very interesting to see how little the defendants most of them felt responsible for the war, the atrocities and what not How some of them were still loyal to the murderer Fuhrer and how some of them pretended to be loyal as that has been their life for past 30 years.The most interesting part of the book is Goering s attitude, his false pride ego, the way he tries [...]


    12. Quite interesting This is the diary of the prison psychologist assigned to monitor the Nazi war criminals on a daily basis during the trial It was fascinating to see the group dynamics develop among them as well as the way the different individuals dealt with their own guilt Plus there was Hess who at one point claimed he was malingering amnesia, but the author eventually comes to believe that he was really quite impaired But once he d admitted malingering, they never raised the issue of compete [...]


    13. This book is a fascinating inside look at the highest stratum of the indicted Nazi regime Dr Gilbert provides almost daily accounts of the prisoners reactions to the events of their trials and provides a glimmer of humanity to some of the greatest monsters to have been spawned in modern, western history Read the text with the understanding that Gilbert was the American born son of Austrian Jews Therefore, the inherent bias is obvious in some of his observations He brings the reader as close to t [...]


    14. This was the first book I ve read about Nurenberg, and I must say that it was really interesting to see a personal account of the defendants Goering, Hess, von Ribbentrop, etc Gilbert, the author, was a psychiatrist in the Army and had access to the prisoners at any time He got to see their strengths and weaknesses as human beings, how they reacted to stress and peer pressure Goering s pompous attitude and desire to be the center of attention was described really well , and gave insight into how [...]


    15. Uno psicologo americano al processo di Norimberga Il diario dei suoi incontri con i leader nazisti sotto accusa Si rimane colpiti, leggendo i resoconti di questi incontri, dalla mancanza assoluta di presa di coscienza dei crimini commessi Goering, Hess, Ribbentrop e Co sono molto occupati da s stessi, da come appaiono, da cosa pensano gli altri imputati di loro, oppure a criticarsi l un altro.Inesistente un introspezione personale, un elaborazione di quanto commesso, dei sensi di colpa, rimorso. [...]


    16. Written with admirable restraint by a psychologist who gives us limited insights into the minds of Goerring, Hess, von Ribbentrop, and the others high in the Nazi hierarchy, this book is in essence a collection of case histories written as the Nuremberg trials progressed, and ending with final interviews of the criminals right before their executions Its use is as primary material, not as sociological, theological, moral, or psychoanalytic analysis, which the author largely avoids.


    17. As a Prison Psychologist at the Nuremberg trials, Gilbert had unparalleled access to the top surviving members of the Nazi Leadership From G ering s attempts to liken the Holocaust to America s race troubles, Jodl s shock at being tried for War Crimes and Ribbentrop s admission that he d follow Hitler all over again, this is a riveting look at the leadership of Germany in World War II Anyone who ascribes to Never Again should read this book.


    18. A close insight into the hearts and minds of Nazis on trial at Nuremberg by a psychologist who was tasked with keeping them sane and willing to defend themselves and accept the crimes of the NSDAP by for example separating them for lunch so that Goering would not have so much influence on the others etc Composed of shortened diary entries.


    19. Very good read about the trials at Nuremberg Not the historical perspective of Persico, but a psychologists thoughts and story of spending over a year with some of the most vile leaders of the Third Reich He reminds us through his book these men were human.


    20. who doesn t love reading about how insane the Nazis were My favorite part was Goering defensively insisting that anyone can make an atrocity video, all you need to do is dig up a bunch of corpses, pile them up, and show a bulldozer pushing them into a pit It doesn t mean anything.


    21. Jedna z lepszych ksi ek, kt re do tej pory czyta am Trudna lektura, ale dla zainteresowanych tematyk konieczna


    22. I really enjoyed this book It gave an inside look in the minds of the prisoners on trial at Nuremberg Very interesting read.


    23. Gilbert makes no overt judgement or analysis on the defendants throughout the book yet makes his opinions amply clear to anyone who has eyes for it.


    24. An interesting look at the Nuremberg defendants outside the trial Although Gilbert lays on some psychoanalysis that is his job after all , I think the words of the Germans speak for themselves.


    25. bardzo interesuj ca publikacja pokazuj ca proces od innej strony Rozmowy z wi niami pokazuj inn twarz tych ludzi, czasem pokazuj chwile gdy oskar eni uzmys awiaj sobie okrucie stwa tej wojny.


    26. Before I started reading this book, I guess I had too much expectation and hence did not like it very much but a very good account of the Nuremberg Trials nevertheless.


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